Alphabetical Guide to Arnold Trade Card Collections

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Victorian trade cards were: Colorful 19th century advertising cards
Usually size ranged from business card to post card
Designed to be so attractive consumers would save them
Unique snapshots of 19th century life
Published by lithographic printers
Distributed by "drummers" who walked around looking for customers
Handed out as souvenirs at major exhibitions
Given out as merit awards in schools
Available in stores as free promotions
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